19th-century German stories: bilingual

Via languagehat, originally from wood s lot,
a collection of 19th-century German stories etc. (at Virginia Commonwealth University). For example, you can have a dual-language version of Max und Moritz onscreen, but since the translation is rhyming and not interlinear, it won’t help learners understand the German. However, you can show the German with glossary and dictionary, so you can click on any word for a translation.

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